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    6 03Readers have the impression that these adventures that Sancio experiences shape him and his future personality By shaping him, the adventures change his character to a foolhardy and spirited The adventures also change him because they make him perform actions that couldn t have been done in the past Dear Sebastian, Thank God I am still alive to write these words I have never seen such a storm, and I hope to never see its like again Garfield 1 The passengers on the boat are boorish because they declare dirty curses to Sancio s father The event implies that the story is set a long time ago because nowadays, not anyone can think about cursing a man that had no idea what a journey would turn out to be To conclude, Sancio is in the course of changing characteristically.The ships have a myriad of technical issues such as mainmasts and general harmony, harmony meaning staying together without separation The masts play a huge role for the ship s locomotion because they sort of control the wind As readers know, they storms and lengthy heavy winds that made the ships and their passengers suffer physically and als...


  2. says:

    This is a book that grabs the reader s attition later in the book It takes time to get into and understand whats going on.


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The Lost Voyage of John Cabot 1498 Sebastian Cabot, Age Fifteen, Can Only Wait And Wonder His Famous Father Has Abandoned Him At Home In Bristol, England, But Has Taken His Brothers, Ludovico And Sancio, On His Second Voyage In Search Of The Asian Mainland On His First Journey Across The Western Ocean In 1497, John Cabot Had Discovered The New Found Land Five Years Earlier, Columbus Claimed To Have Found Asia By A Southern Route Skeptical, Cabot Set Out To The North Again To Prove His Old Friend A Fraud But Silence Followed Available Only In The Literacy Bridge 5.